Lenovo has announced a brand new Android 4.0 tablet named LePad A2107 in China. Don’t consider LePad A2107 as any ordinary Android tablet. It will be the world’s first ever tablet to have two SIM card slots that will come along with the standard Wi-Fi and 3G functionality. It is highly expected that the tablet will be made available in the market of China from 18th June 2012. Unfortunately, there is no word yet about the retail price of the tablet. Moreover, it is also expected that Lenovo will launch the LePad A2107 tablet in the worldwide market very soon.
Lenovo LePad A2107 will have an impressive 7 inch capacitive touch screen display with maximum resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. Under the hood, the device will contain a 1.0 GHz single-core MTK6575 processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. Plus, it will offer 16 GB of internal memory storage and a micro-SD slot to support memory expansion. The device will support GSM +GSM or WCDMA +GSM dual SIM dual standby network. It will be equipped with a front facing camera of 2 Megapixel and a rear camera of 3 Megapixel. The device will measure only 11mm in thickness and weigh just 400 grams. Above all, the handset will be powered by a 3550 mAh battery that can offer around 10 hours of continuous usage.